'Stranger Things' Season 2 Spoilers, News And Updates: More Eleven To Join The Show; Series Casting Women Willing To Cut Their Hair

Since the day "Stranger Things" Season 2 has been confirmed, fans of the hit series has been theorizing non-stop as to what's in store for them in the next installment. And just recently, fans were abuzz about the intriguing casting call that could possibly mean more super powered characters.

According to reports, Backstage has recently posted a casting call who are looking for "1980's-Looking People" of "all ethnicities" both "males and females" aged "18-70." Interestingly, the casting call is specifically looking for men with "longer hair styles" and women who are "willing to cut their bangs." Sounds familiar?

Fans of the show could vividly remember how young actress Millie Bobby Brown totally transformed herself for her role as Eleven in "Stranger Things" Season 1.It can be recalled that Brown had her long hair shaved off when she landed the role.

"I had very long hair and I cut it all off for the part. I read the script and I was so happy with my character and I thought, This is how it's gotta be. My mom and my grandpa were like, 'No, you can't do that.' It took me 12 years - well, 11 years - to grow something. [My hair] wasn't thick, but it was long. And then they shaved it all off and it was very hard for my parents. But I convinced them. I was like, 'Dude, it grows back. It's fine.'"Brown said in an interview with Vulture.

This led to speculations that "Stranger Things" Season 2 will introduce other characters with special abilities like Eleven. Rumors also claim that the second installment might even feature a whole squad of Elevens. There are also speculations that the said casting call will be for a bunch of Eleven clones or the test subjects.

It can be recalled that previous reports revealed that Brown was "unsure" if she will reprise her role as Eleven in "Stranger Things" Season 2. Does the casting call means Eleven will definitely make a comeback?

Watch everything unfolds when "Stranger Things" Season 2 premieres next year on Netflix.

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